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Games | The Gadget Grill - Part 2

I Love Katamari (iPhone & iPod Touch)

I Love Katamari (iPhone & iPod Touch)

Feb 25, 2009

The Gadget Grill’s first video review is here! I’ve been doing some playing with video equipment, cables, codecs, and all manner of things that have now turned my makeshift office into a jungle of cables and mayhem and now… now, I’ve got it all working! The text of the video can be found below the video just in case you were curious what...

Monopoly: Here & Now Edition (iPhone & iPod Touch)

Monopoly: Here & Now Edition (iPhone & iPod Touch)

Jan 29, 2009

As the iPhone establishes itself as a player in the portable gaming wars, it makes sense that some of the world’s most loved games make its way in the form of releases for the device. Electronic Arts have taken it upon themselves to port the decades-old game “Monopoly” to the young system, a job that has been undertaken by big names including...

Passage (iPhone & iPod Touch)

Passage (iPhone & iPod Touch)

Jan 29, 2009

Passage is one game you can’t really say a lot about because of one problem: if you do say a lot about it, the game ceases to have a point. This makes it quite hard to review. What I can tell you about Passage is that it’s one of the more unusual games I’ve ever played. While it takes between three and five minutes to play, it’s a very...

LittleBigPlanet (PS3)

LittleBigPlanet (PS3)

Dec 14, 2008

A lot of people approach video games with the idea of having an imagination. We play games because in the real world, most of us aren’t allowed to have an imagination. We go to work, we clean the dog, we pick up the dry cleaning, we eat our food, we go out on dates, we meet the person of our dreams, and then more happens that stops us from really having an...

Mirror’s Edge (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)

Mirror’s Edge (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)

Dec 7, 2008

The team at EA’s recently-acquired Digital Illusions (or DICE) want to show you something different. It’s a game not quite like any other game because it’s a first-person shooter that lacks a lot of the shooting and really emphasizes the “first-person aspect”. In a dystopian future, information is controlled by the government. To...

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